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(kō'găn),
David G., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1908-1993. See: Cogan syndrome, Cogan-Reese syndrome.
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District Judge Brian Cogan before he was sentenced Wednesday that he was denied a fair trial," people inside the courtroom reported, adding, "He said Cogan failed to thoroughly investigate claims of juror misconduct in the case." GuzmEin, 62, was extradited from his native Mexico to the United States in January 2017.
District Judge Brian Cogan in Brooklyn to add another 30 years because jurors convicted Guzman of illegally using a firearm, including a machine gun, in connection with drug trafficking.
John Cogan, a fellow at the Hoover Institution and faculty member at Stanford University's Public Policy Program, has written "The High Cost of Good Intentions," which provides a detailed history of U.S.
PICTURE: UMAR KHAYAM KELCIE Ball will enter the biggest fight of his life armed with an array of new punches including "the lollipop", trainer Shaun Cogan has pledged.
Coupled with initiatives to increase the share of revenue from our high design, high margin global Lifestyle businesses which now represent over 40% of our revenues, we are building a unique constellation of design driven brands with durable competitive advantages and superior profitability," commented Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan. "This quarter the benefit of these initiatives combined with efforts by our supply chain team to offset continued inflationary pressures led to 100bps of adjusted EBITDA margin expansion and Adjusted EPS growth of 40%.
THE regular collector's bonanza reaches Cardiff again shortly when Wales' largest and most important toy and train sale arrives at Penarth Leisure Centre, Cogan, between 10.30am and 3pm today.
It was listed by Melanie Cogan and Michael Berman of Automatic Real Estate Associates and sold by Judy Milman of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty.
John Cogan, an admirably old-fashioned conservative, is alarmed at the economic consequences of the seemingly unstoppable expansion of entitlement spending.
Cogan's syndrome is a rare condition consisting of recurrent visual and auditory-vestibular deficits, causing patients to complain of visual loss, eye pain, hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo.
Cogan answers these questions and more in his fact-filled, carefully researched book, The High Cost of Good Intentions.
FOR Birmingham fans, the career of talented Shaun Cogan will forever be defined by one monumental match-up.